The Greatest Celebrity Mullets

When it comes to hairstyles, there can be only one truly iconic king, perched atop its fluffy throne gazing down upon the lesser looks. And that king is the mullet. We may think of the mullet as reserved for only certain types of celebrity, typically those of the country-western genre or perhaps ’80s hair bands, but many of our favorite stars rocked the business in front, party in back look. And for that, they must be celebrated.

Scarlett Johansson

When you’re having a bad hair day, never forget that Johansson spent most of 2003 with this coif.

Kiefer Sutherland

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He may have sported this look in The Lost Boys, but we hope Sutherland brings it back if he does another run of 24.

Peter Dinklage

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Long before Game of Thrones, we like to think Dinklage repaid his debts to the barber who gave him this look, like a Lannister always does.

George Clooney

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Even on The Facts of Life, where everyone had a mullet at one point or another, Clooney’s mullet trumped all.

Mario Lopez

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That’s right, A.C. Slater. Pat yourself on the back for that mullet perfection.

January Jones

#tbt to 5th grade when I asked my hairstylist to make me more aerodynamic. #partyinthebacky’all

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If Mad Men could go on for just a few more seasons, we’d love to see Betty Draper bust out a mullet worthy of Jones’s childhood pictures.

John Stamos

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Whether it’s rocking the fluffiest mullet we ever did see or shorn and shilling Greek yogurt, there’s no look Stamos can’t pull off.

Kristen Stewart

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Remember that time Stewart sheared her Bella Swan locks for a Joan Jett femullet for The Runaways?

Florence Henderson

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Call it a shag if you want. Carol Brady had a mullet. Deal with it.

In the late ’90s, frosted tips were the embarrassing stepbrother to of the mullet. Watch highlight enthusiast Mark McGrath grade the most famous frosted tips ever.

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